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EndNote User's Guide: Introduction

A guide to using EndNote to manage references and help you create citations and bibliographies in your papers.

Further Help

For more detailed guidance on using EndNote (including its advanced features), see EndNote's video tutorials on YouTube.

If you have questions on how to use EndNote, contact Hannah Cabullo.

For technical questions about installation or system requirements, contact the IT Help Desk.

EndNote is a software program that helps you store and manage citation information for the resources that you find in the course of your research, including books, journal articles, and other materials.

You can either enter citation information by hand or automatically import it from most research databases. You can then use EndNote to generate bibliographies and insert citations directly into Microsoft Word documents, using the citation style of your choice (MLA, APA, Chicago, and many others).

How to Get EndNote

Saint Anselm College has a campus-wide site license for EndNote. This means that all faculty, staff, and students are permitted to install EndNote on their office computer and on one home computer for academic use.

The college offers to versions of EndNote: Desktop and Online. Contact the IT Help Desk to learn how to obtain and install EndNote for your desktop or laptop computer. Note: Both PC and Mac versions are available.

Use the tabs above to learn how to use either version.